Coyoty on June 06, 2018, 04:10:46 am
Juan has a gateway to a docking bay.  Maybe he as a side business as a smuggler.

Sean Roach on June 06, 2018, 08:31:48 am
Juan has a gateway to a docking bay.  Maybe he as a side business as a smuggler.

What is there to smuggle? Juan doesn't strike me as a kidnapper, and I can't think of anything else which would be illegal to buy, sell, own, and transport.

Scott on June 06, 2018, 08:37:23 am
There is still a business in stolen goods. But that's not what the escape gate is for.

Juan has a flyer of his own stashed in that building but Diana didn't find it. Instead she just found the exit.

Sean Roach on June 06, 2018, 08:44:32 am
It looks like Diana might have forgotten to turn the gate off. Considering why she was prompted to use it, that could be costly.

If nothing else, she's burned one of her boss's backup plans.

Bob G on June 22, 2018, 08:44:03 pm
It looks like Diana might have forgotten to turn the gate off. Considering why she was prompted to use it, that could be costly.

If nothing else, she's burned one of her boss's backup plans.

Since her boss is apparently hors de combat, I'm thinkin' that 'burning' one of his escape routes would be *way* down on the list of concerns . . .
Whatsoever, for any cause, seeketh to take or give
  Power above or beyond the Laws, suffer it not to live.
Holy State, or Holy King, or Holy People's Will.
  Have no truck with the senseless thing, order the guns and kill.

The penultimate stanza of Rudyard Kipling's MacDonough's Song